- Platform: Windows XP / Vista
- Media: CD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
Move It (PC CD)
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- Collect, organise, transfer and publish music, videos and photos
- Simple to use with stylish user-interface
- File sharing made easy between compatible devices including digital cameras, mobile phones and PDA's
- Publish and share multimedia content with online communities such as My Nero, You Tube and My Space
- Rip music and add to an archived collection for easy access
- Preview and play music, videos and photos all on one screen
- Convert files now and quickly sync to chosen device later
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Nero Move it provides the freedom to embrace new technology, formats and devices so users can enjoy digital content with maximum flexibility. With the best conversion technology available, Nero Move it allows easy content management and transfer to selected portable media devices, without hassle or difficulty. Collect, organise, publish and convert multimedia files, anytime and anywhere. Nero Move it supports all file types - music, photos and videos - so it's easy to transfer content to portable devices such as iPod, iPhone, PSP and online communities. With an easy-to-use interface, simple file organisation and instant device recognition, managing multimedia content has never been more fun and hassle-free.
Top Customer Reviews
I was woefully disappointed by the product, just lucky that I did not pay for it. It's still a shame though because if it met the bold claims it makes then it would be a very handy convenient piece of software to have at my disposal!
Let's hope this was a one-off and Nero will be back with more stable, user-friendly, feature-packed software.
I'm not sure this one serves any useful purpose though. I didn't experience any problems installing it (although I note other people have - but on the laptop I used I didn't have any earlier Nero products, so perhaps that's why). My laptop is a fairly powerful Toshiba, only about six months old, so I was surprised to find this software seemed a bit slow.
For me it did do what it promised - enabled me to move files around and change formats, but I still have reservations. I don't believe an inexperienced user would find this easy to use, which defeats the purpose of the software. Some of the text displayed to the user is ambiguous, and any product where a large number of reviewers have had problems installing it is bad news for an inexperienced user. I'm also not sure it offers enough functionality to be worth the effort. There's a lot of free software out there on the internet (or software that comes bundled with most PCs, like media player) that will do a lot of what most users want. I'm not entirely convinced it isn't easier to just learn to configure your own mobile devices to move data to the PC, and convert it into a format to put it onto the internet, rather than trying to use a "one size fits all" tool for all of them. If you'e gadget mad, you're probably capable of doing this, and if you're not, you may only have one or two devices that you regularly use anyway.
Be warned as well - this software doesn't work with every social networking site or internet site that you might want to add files to.Read more ›
The only issue really is that at this price, it's really not an essential purchase. The interface is simple and user-definable but on the flipside, uploads are quite slow. Unless you often transfer content from device-to-device and upload online, it's probably not worth a purchse. If you do struggle to keep on top of your media every day, it could prove to be money very well spent.
The booklet says this: "Simply connect your mobile device to your PC and Nero Move it transfers the files automatically in the ideal format." Which leaves the user few options if the program doesn't do that. Which, with my 2008 Samsung U600, it didn't (even though this phone is listed in the drop-down menu).
The over-confident notes continue: "Even if you're an inexperienced user, you have a clear overview of both the sources for your files and of the corresponding data volumes thanks to the software's intuitive interface." Even if I were not looking at a pair of empty boxes, I could see that the interface is far from clear and the instructions are ambiguous. An "inexperienced user", even with a device that the program could read, would be slightly confused. The phrase "You can access all pictures, videos and music files with no problem whatsoever" is likely to antagonise disappointed users who have no sense of irony.
Nero makes the mistake of assuming everything will work automatically and offering no options if it doesn't. They should know better than that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
.... to the back of the cupboard!
This isn't necessarily a bad piece of software, it's just not essential and not as winderful as I thought it would be. Read more
The age of portable video is upon us and the range of portable devices available to watch it on has never been broader. But then neither has the range of video formats... Read morePublished on 23 Dec. 2009 by LMD
...I cried. This crashed my PC upon installing it. I got beyond that after some hassle and got an update which seemed to want to endlessly install itself. I got out of that too. Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2009 by D Deacon
Nero Move It fails for the same reason every programme of this nature sold through channels such as Amazon does. Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2009 by William
..where some more thought on the usability might have reaped more rewards. It certainly looks nice, but it suffers with poor performance speed and some of it his hardly intuituve... Read morePublished on 1 Jun. 2009 by Mr BD
I must admit io got a little confused by what this product actually does. Having spent some time with it, it is essentially software that lets you organise all your videos, music,... Read morePublished on 24 April 2009 by Roger Fitch
I got this software because I wanted something that would allow me to transfer and re-code different types of media files between different devices. Read morePublished on 14 April 2009 by Chris
Had no problem installing this at all. I also disagree with other reviewers about no recognising icons, and so on. Read morePublished on 9 April 2009 by Scubaboy
Having installed the software, the first thing I noticed was the speed at which it performed. On a fairly average spec laptop (2 GB of RAM & Centrino Duo Processor) the software... Read morePublished on 1 April 2009 by Ken Smith